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panicstricken

See definition of panicstricken on Dictionary.com
  • as inscared
  • as inpanic-stricken
  • as inascared
  • as inmadding
  • as inpanicky
  • as inafraid
  • as inhysterical

synonyms for panicstricken

  • afraid
  • anxious
  • fearful
  • panicked
  • panicky
  • startled
  • petrified
  • shaken
  • terrified
  • aghast
  • having cold feet
  • panic-stricken
  • terror-stricken
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antonyms for panicstricken

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  • bold
  • brave
  • cool
  • courageous
  • happy
  • unafraid
  • confident
  • encouraged
        • apathetic
        • balanced
        • calm
        • collected
        • controlled
        • cool
        • happy
        • indifferent
        • mild
        • moderate
        • peaceful
        • pleased
        • reasonable
        • sane
        • unenthusiastic
        • unexcited
        • serene
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        How to use panicstricken in a sentence

        They were panicstricken, paralysed, stung to fury, all at one blow.
        CARLYON SAHIBGILBERT MURRAY
        On foot or rarely with the aid of a horse or mule, the panicstricken population marched northward and eastward.
        GREENER THAN YOU THINKWARD MOORE
        Suddenly, I wonder how far the flames are going to spread, and I feel panicstricken.
        TRAPPED IN 'BLACK RUSSIA'RUTH PIERCE
        Masses of Germans were smashed by the fire and panicstricken groups were seen running out of Dranoutre Wood.
        CURRENT HISTORY, VOL. VIII, NO. 3, JUNE 1918VARIOUS
        The faces of the "panicstricken" seem to look brighter, although everybody talks of "shrinkage" and ruin.
        LIPPINCOTT'S MAGAZINE. VOL. XII, NO. 33. DECEMBER, 1873.VARIOUS
        He became panicstricken after one minute in the underground vault and had to be helped out, faint and trembling.
        THE A.E.F.HEYWOOD BROUN
        In panicstricken apprehension of being severely assaulted à posteriori.
        BABOO JABBERJEE, B.A.F. ANSTEY
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